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EVRNINO IWLt.ETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., PHIDAY, OCT. 21, lfHO.
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RUNAHOUS WILL PLAY
GAME THIS AFTERNOON
Seniors and Sophs to Tackle
" Juniors, Freshmen and-Rest
' of'B.unch Game to Bo at
This afternoon at Alexander Field
lovers of football will be nlilo to see
how the new mips work out in ac
tual pluy. The students of the game
hae been drilled In the new way
of playing, and they are all con.
versa lit with the Important details.
It, however, remains to beseen how
the men will stick to the new, as
agaliiHt the old, when thoy be.oine
Another dtinrulty that Is antici
pated Is that referees with the re
quired amount of experience will he
lacking nt some of the Raines that
are to Iih pulled off 'during the sea
son'. Sill); the same difficulty has
been met III the pasti mid there Is
no, doubt" that, with the aid qt a
book nnd some common sense, (he
rules will soon be instilled Into the
mlhdtf of plaers and umpires.
The learns this) afternoon will be
made up 'of Oahu College, students,
and the seniors nnd sophs will, go up
against itn Aggregation of postgrad
uates, Junior, freshmen and preps.
The game1 Is scheduled to start at
'half-past three o'Hock, and !' that
lime there should 'be quite n crowd
of followers of the game present.
(Ttiero'Is much Interest being shown
in me nevr'ruie proposition, nun an
the veterans of the gridiron will
surely roll up to see how things
There hus been a deal of practise
going on, and the teams should put
up a decent showing tills afternoon.
Hill Desha will roach the seniors,
and his expert servUcs will be of
much use to the lads. Hind, Mac
kenzie and Han Hitchcock will act
for the Juniors, and they will leavo
nothing undone Mint makes their
team play better every minute.
The officials selected to run tho
game, nre as fo)low: W. Hawllns,
8. l.pwrey, D. ,J, Hlcker, C. Akln'a,
J. Molr nnd L. Hvilllnms. ' These
young gentlemen will have their
hands full for a while this after
noon, but It Is expected that they
wi pull through nil right,
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WHITE IS A'GAtlM' V
,l ' t'Rfr'ATFN RV RAI I I
BEATEN BY BALLOU
Chess Tourney Attracts Large
Crowd of Experts,
Last night ut the University Club
Judge Halloa again defeated J.
White ut chess, but It was u stren
uous session that kept all the ex.
perts guessing how It was going to
cud. The game took over two ho'urs
and n half to play, unit during tbut
time there was not u sound to be
heard anywhere: Alt were intent
ou the board that recorded the
moves of the pluyeis, und when It
wus been 'tliut White .had managed
to gtt out ,fl u tight place early In
the evening, u sigh of relief went up
from his sup'poitors, who thought
tho end, had urrfved.. . , '
. Ilnllo'u .played finely ."and befdre
long Imd White 111 difficulties. The
scheme wjrkedhoaitbr'J.tho' judge
turncd.'ou'f'ia taci,ess, , und ' White
was defeated, fiirVthe third 'ttlme in
the present1 t6u.plf', ,,
Should' the Judge 'jvji one more
game. I he' match will be his. The
j conditions are that the pair play on
till one nian has won four games.
White's chances are something like
tho Chicago' bull team ut present,
and unless he wins four games run
ning, he will he out of It altogether.
Another session will be held nt tho
Y, M. C. A. on Monday evening next
and u big crowd Is sure to attend,
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This evening nt 7 o'clock the Ho
nolulu Yacht Club will hold Its first
quarterly meeting at the Myrtle
lloat Club. Some Important mat
ters are to be discussed, and It Is
doped tliit all the upmbers will
turn up and take a hand In the doings,
PLAYERS WILL GET
TOGETHER NEXT WEEK
Secretary Walker Wants As
Many Teams as Possible to
Get Into the Running
Four Are Assured,
All the socer football men are
getting worked up over the pruiiosl
tloii of starting their season, and
although High Chief Jim Klddes Is
not et ba k from Scotland, It ban
been derided to hold a meeting next,
week. Secretary Walker has sent)
out a call for the clans to gather!
together nt the Scottish Thistle Club
on Thursday night next, and to be
on the spot at 8 o'clock sharp.
The soccer men feel the call of
the short pants and the grassy field.
and the old bunch that used to play
at the league grounds last year will
surely be on hand ngaln to ptit 'up
something like the games that were
played against the men fibm tHe
lll-fntcd warship lied ford. ''
There were some, fine games 'of
soccer last season, nnd flr-slzed
crowds;, tiirnedjaut, tp see the teams
a,JYork."''-lhe'outiook for tills year
is bright, nnir,thero is no doubt that
therq vflll Ue'ut least four teams In
t jie league., .Secretary Walker an
nounrei'that new clubs wilt be es
pecially weltome, and he ho'pes' that
besides the, Ma'iles, Hlg'h ''School,
Puns nnd Iron Works, other teams
.1111 ltd ..fl.la a.n . .1 ntt,A.I rMnnlt
, .,, MV IIIUUU 11)1 UM.t .(fc.CU UIIIUD
the better-known ones'. ' '
Tho ,lron Works team is alread)
oil the Job, and the players are BUih
a lot of hustlers that tliere Is no
.telling what they will do this .irj
' Last J car their captain kept thm
well together, and there Is no donbt
that tills season will find them Just
as good as ever.
The High School Boccer players
also tnko a great Interest In the
i game, and they possess borne very
promising material. The Highs are
an all right bunch, and they go In
for eerj thing with n vim that car
ries them far.
It fs to be hoped that everybody
Interested In soccer attend the meet
Inf.) on Thu'sday 'night next, and
that the season 'will ripon up very
' soon afterwards.
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DOTS AND DASHES.
The High School soccer team will
ho ngood one, innd no Vlesji'thaii
eighteen students , and ex-students
- !l. I.. . ...
I have put their nalnt-H down on th?
'list. They nre as follow: I, P.
I l-'rcndo, Reginald II. Ruth, A. Hick
man, Valentine Mnrcalllno, Alox,
'May, I'ronk Fernandez, n. K. Slier
. wood, Wllllnm Hlce, Clarence II.
jOjer, .Marcus Mnusarrnt, Itobert
unilllngworth. J. k. Clarke, u. k.
Union; II. P. Chilton, J. I.. Illnts
dell, O. Soares, Solomon I loo nnd
Many bets were made In Hono
lulu on tho. world's series, and the
Chicago Dubs were the favorites
right up till the start of the play.
With, Philadelphia, three straight
game to the good, tho chances of
(juicngo looit very siim. , .,
1 Thijre wore quite yn number of
swlnmfers down at th'e. Jlcalanl boat'
nousl; yesterday' afternoon and some
fine iVixfrlwasjhad on tho rhute.
Soiiiij'o'f the nd'uatlc ecner't'it'fiotup
n, Ndfae; and .Kriiger won out from
Iliridrft elqaful Cunha. . -ft, ,',
Xnn Mint .Qlm.Ia.. irunt.A1l' 'to
turv til II I. lutuuio cii.iicm (c
dead. Hilly Papke holds the cham
pionship of tho mlddlelwelght class
Papke, Is In Australia at present,
nnd he will never be able now to
have another go at Ketrhell for the
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SOCIETY FAVORITES ARE
ENGAGED IN CONTEST
Stokes Whips the Man Who
'Said He Could Knock Him
Out. In-Four RoundsMuch
' Ilehlnd closely guarded doors, with
a password used by those In the se
cret to get In, soclcly pulled off a
prizefight jesterduy afternoon at the
Western Club, Golden Oate avenue
and Oclala street snysJhtKxamlner.
There was a crowd of about two hun
dred pioinlnent business men, lawyers
and doctors present, and not until the
lights were snapped on oier tho ring
did outsiders or een members of the
club know that a fight was scheduled.
Tho principals were ouiib Norbert
Shorb, the brother of Mrs. Yncz
Sh'oib-Whlte-IlHck, thq. well-known so
cle'iy Icadei4, and Charles L. Stokes,
lio Is In thu'oll business with ofllcqs
c(6se to those of N. N. Shorb and
ConipAhy, real estntc dealers, In StU
ter street, '
Shorb was tho clinllcnger, nnd tho
flfht was for n purse of $300, Shorb
righting to make good his promise to
"put nway" Stokes In fourtrqunds, He
dldn t do It, nnd nil hough lie ifouglt
Kameh' ho was onco knocked out of
the ring and 'barely escaped a nock-
ttnston Ashe, brother of Porter Ashe1
and former lightweight champion of
Harvard, was the referee, and. Dr. K
CShmldt handled the gong. In (he
crowd nero a large number of Uni
versity of California men und mem
bers of the D. K. K. Fraternity, who
cheered their fuvorltcs nnd urged
Iheni on. Thcro was no decision, but
Shorb failed and lost his bet
In spite of the fact that Stokes, who
has fought many amateur bouts, didn't
lme to beat Shorb to win, ho car
ried tho fight to the society man from
tho first tap of thn gong. Shorb wns
groggy In tho Inst round nnd made
many wild lunges for Slokcs, but
Slokes simply kept nwny from him.
Shnrb's friends admitted thnt StokeA
could have knocked him out nt any
time In the last round,
Bzrely.'Able to Keep en Hli Feet
Shoih did not ,knnw how tho fight
was ended, and ns ho wob helped to
"Was I on my feet nt tho end of Iho
He' was on his feet, hut that was
nbiut nil. His 'Ape wns covered with
blood nnd he swncd unsteadily on
his feet at he gamely tried to reach
Stokes, who easily avoided him.
Stokos' swings carried him to tho
ropes, where ho held himself up or
clinched until he could seo where ho
wob nnd nnd set himself for another
A. i:. vnn uoozer, who conducts a
fashionable physical culturo school In
Union Sqnaro, wns Shorh's trainer
and principal second. Van Doozcr
has n few fights In his own fnvnr.
During, tho Inst month ho has beaten
George M. nabrock. the wealth v pub
lisher, nnd George L. Woolrlch, ex
change toller of tho Wells-Forgo Ne
vada National Ilnnk, Tho fights wero
In tlwClarldgo onartment In'Tnvlor
street and Vnn 'poozor accused both
rnen of being too friendly with his
.SJiorb hns'bcen attending Vnn pboz
cr.'s school. Van poozcrlcc!iireil that
fp' Shorb ho had dlscoYerodasworld
pqaier ami Biiorn wns jno'siar pupu
He even grft too swift Jordan Dodzer.
according to his tenchorjiruid was,ie -
rlously considering iho' flidit' Same 'In
stead of real estate as a profession
or business, according to thoso In
Ho began to tell what he could do
with his hands and deprecate the per
formances of the other pupils. A cou
nlo of weeks ago ho was entertaining
himself and friends with his theories
Stokes, who by the way. beat Pome
roy, n rrnck of the Olympic Club, In
ono round, threo yenrs ago and Is a
well known amateur on the coast,
overheard tho talk and wns ono of the
party with Shorb.
"I can box a llttlo myself," said
Shorb looked him over,
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tt Secretaries anil managers
tt athletic clubs are Invited to semi SI!
It In the datos or any events which S!
1 tt they may be getting up, (or In- ti
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tt Address all communications to It
,tt the Sporting Editor, Hutletln. tt
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tt Oahu Juniors, It
t Oct, 23. Asahls vs. MiihockB. tt
tt Oct. 23.-C. A. C. fi. I'nlnmn. tt
I Golf. tt
t Oct. 23
Four Hall, 'Foursome. II. tt
t a, C. Moanuttta.
tt Oct. 22. Match.
It Oct. 23. Ilcalaiil Club Hace
It Oct. 2!.-Season Opens.
tt Oct. 30. Knoo Vs. King.
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"You are about my weight," said
"I can get Into the ring nt US, but
I nm not In training," paid Stokes.
"Do you want to trnln7" asked
"If It's worth while."
"I can put you nway In four rounds."
"Perhaps ou can what will you
gamble on It?" I
"I've got SlTiO that says so." said
"I've pot tlGO that sajs no," suld
Stokes, and that clinched Iho matter
It wns arranged that tho fight would
be pulled off nt" the Western Club
yAsferila.W afternoen, and- Slinrb failed
to knock Stoke qjit; In fact It was
almost the other way Instead.
Stokes Is known In Honolulu, and a
few months ago visited the city In a
MORMON LEADERS . '
At Salt Lake Conference Infer1
ence Is Given That Prac-
tice Must Stopj
SALT LAKK CITY, Oct. C When
the thirty-first semi annual confer
ence of the Church of Jesus Christ
Lattor Day Saints, the Mormon
church, wns opened here today, Pres
ident Joseph r. Smith and his coun
selors. Presidents A. 11. Lund nnd
John Henry Smith, nddressed tho
Knch of the speakers addressed
himself to the subject of polygamous
marriages by church members since
the Issunnco of the manifesto In
1890 by President Woodruff, declar
ing theRo marriages to have been
without the sanction of the church
and contrary to Its rules nnd regu
lations. The speakers made this
point the "keynoto" of tho confer
ence, and declared that tho polyga
mous marriages much stop.
The speakers nt today's session did
nor refer directly to the question of
polygamy, but their remarks wero
not misinterpreted by those who
heard them. They made It quite
plain that the church Intends to stop
polygamy and to enforce the rules
laid down In the manifesto to tho
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